"Two Governments: Commentary"

Justice for All: Promoting Social Equity in Public Administration
2011

Review of The Company Doctor edited by John D. Donahue

  • Health Law
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management
2004

"Professionalism as Third-Party Governance: The Function and Dysfunction of Medicare"

Making Government Manageable: Executive Organization and Management in the Twenty-First Century
2004

"Managed Care - The First Chapter Comes to a Close"

  • Health Law
University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
1999

"Medical Rationing and the Allocation of Adjudicatory Responsibility under Comprehensive Health Care Reform in the 103rd Congress: An Administrative Lawyer's Postmortem"

  • Health Law
Administrative Law Review
1995

"The Concept of the Person in the Parens Patriae Jurisdiction over Previously Competent Persons"

Journal of Medicine and Philosophy
1992

"Discussant on Civil Rights Policy"

  • Civil Rights
Richard Nixon: Politician, President, Administrator
1991

"Synthesizing Related Rules from Statutes and Cases for Legal Expert Systems"

Ratio Juris
1990

"Is Thinking like a Lawyer Enough?"

  • Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility
University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
1985

"Releasing Excellence: Erasing Gender Zoning from the Legal Mind"

  • Human Rights
Indiana Law Review
1985

"Administrative Law: What Is It and What Is It Doing in Our Law School?"

  • Administrative Law
Law Quadrangle Notes
1983

"The Duty of a Public Utility to Serve in the Presence of New Competition"

Applications of Economic Principles in Public Utility Industries
1981

"Regulation through the Looking Glass: Hospitals, Blue Cross, and Certificate-of-Need"

  • Health Law
Michigan Law Review
1980

"The Little Agency That Could"

  • Administrative Law
  • Legal Writing and Research
Michigan Law Review
1979

"Some Impressions and Reflections on Observing Legal Proceedings in the People's Republic of China"

  • International and Comparative Law
Law Quadrangle Notes
1978

"Disability Benefits for Sexual Psychopaths"

  • Civil Rights
Stanford Law Review
1967